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[movies]1999 Codies
On location coverage of the annual CODIE awards presented by the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA). Thirty-eight awards were given out for the best new software programs of the year. Guest presenters included actor Robert Urich and former Apple CEO Gil Amelio. Originally broadcast in 1999.
Keywords: Codies; software awards; SIIA
Downloads: 1,813
[movies]Careers in Computing
A look at the job opportunities and requirements in the fast growing computer field.Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; John Podkomorski, Hewlett Packard; James Patterson, Stanford; Pat Hill Hubbard, Amer Elect Assoc; Harry Hamlin, Hamlin Associates; George Morrow, Morrow ComputingProducts/Demos:
Keywords: Episode year: 1986
Downloads: 3,348 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Cars & Computers
The average car has more computer chips in it than anything in your house. This program looks at software and online applications having to do with automobiles. Includes a look at auto racing games. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Downloads: 2,254
[movies]CD ROM Software
The advent of optical storage and CD-ROMs changed the rules for software applications and opened up a whole new generation of programs. Reviewed on this program are Encarta, the Association of Shareware Professionals CD-ROM collection, American Visions: 20th Century Art from the Neuberger Collection, Art Spiegelman's The Complete Maus from Voyager, Substance Digizine, and the new Broderbund game MYST...
Downloads: 2,904
[movies]CD ROMs
In the early 1990's the computer industry settled on a CD-ROM standard and that fanned the growth of CD-ROMs as a storage medium. This program looks at several early CD-ROM applications including The Bureau of Electronic Publishing's U.S. History, Compton's Multimedia Encyclopedia, Warner New Media's String Quartet, the Computer Libray, Magazine Rack, the Health Reference Center, Semaphore's Zip4, and Mixed Up Mother Goose...
Keywords: CD-ROM; optical storage; multimedia
Downloads: 2,404
[movies]CD ROMs
The advent of CD-ROM storage changed the way people used personal computers and opened up a whole new range of software applications. This program looks at several examples including Microsoft Bookshelf, the Boeing Maintenance Manual, Media Mixer Retrieval Engine, The Visual Dictionary, N/Hance Systems 525E WORM Optical Disk Drive, Poisondex, Electronic Arts CD-I, and Knowledge Set. Guests include George Morrow, Gary Kildall, and Paul Schindler...
Keywords: optical; CD-ROM; compact disc
Downloads: 4,383
[movies]CD-ROM
Multimedia was the big deal in the early 90's as software publishers rushed to use the new storage medium for bigger and more interactive programs. This show looks at several new software titles on CD-ROM including Sherlock Holmes from ICOM Simulations, Jazz: A Multimedia History from Compton's New Media, and Battle Chess from MacPlay. Also a look at CD-ROM hardware including the TurboDuo from Turbo Technologies and the Portable CD-ROM Player from Sony and the Desktop Library CD-ROM system...
Keywords: sony; compact disk; compact disc; multimedia; optical
Downloads: 25,456
[movies]CD-ROM - Arabic - Helayne Waldman
Arabic subtitled version of this program. The advent of optical storage and CD-ROMs changed the rules for software applications and opened up a whole new generation of programs. Reviewed on this program are Encarta, the Association of Shareware Professionals CD-ROM collection, American Visions: 20th Century Art from the Neuberger Collection, Art Spiegelman's The Complete Maus from Voyager, Substance Digizine, and the new Broderbund game MYST...
Keywords: arabic; cd; cd rom; cd-rom; optical
Downloads: 9,788
[movies]CD-ROM Software
The introduction of CD-ROMS enabled a whole new era of more robust software applications. This program looks at several examples including Educorp's Dictionary of the Living World, Wayzata's Space Time and Art, French Language Software from VIVA 2000, the Voyager Company's Silly Noisy House, the American Business Phone Book, and Great Literature on CDROM from the Bureau of Electronic Publishing. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Keywords: CD-ROM; optical storage; multimedia
Downloads: 1,998
[movies]CES 1991
Highlights from the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas featuring new personal technology products. Guest's include T/Maker CEO Heidi Roizen. Originally broadcast in 1991.
Keywords: CES; consumer electronics; gadgets
Downloads: 4,768 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]CES 1994
Highlights from the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Products covered include Accolade's Hockey, Activision's Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure, Atari's Jaguar, Advanced Gravis Virtual Reality, Simon Personal Communicator, Amiga CD32, Compaq Presario 425, Video Blaster FS2000, Cyberdreams' CyberRace, Forte VFX-1 3D Head Mount, General Magic, Heartbeat Personal Trainer, Logitech Cyberman 3D Controller, Star Wars Screen Saver, Maxtor MobileMax 1.8" Drive, Microsoft's Dinosaur, Nintendo's ...
Downloads: 3,354
[movies]CES 1996
How far have consumer electronics come in the past decade? Take a look at this coverage of CES from ten years ago. Highlights from the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show shot on location in Las Vegas. Features analysis by Tim Bajarin, President of Creative Strategies. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Downloads: 2,717
[movies]CES 1997
On location coverage of the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Products introduced at the show include the new Pentium MMX processors, televisions and phones that act as internet terminals, new web audio devices, handheld digital players, and an innovative approach to networking from IBM called the PAN or personal area network. Originally broadcast in 1997.
Keywords: consumer electronics; trade show; CES
Downloads: 2,651 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[movies]CES 2001 - Stewart Cheifet
On location coverage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show from Las Vegas. This was the year of Napster and much of the show was about new music download sites that tried to add enough value to lure users into paying. Also covered are new approaches to ecommerce, web radio, and home media networks. Originally broadcast in 2001.
Keywords: ces; consumer electronics; trade show
Downloads: 1,737
[movies]CES Special - Spanish
Spanish language version of this program. On location coverage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Featured analyst is Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies. Includes highlights of the keynote speech by Microsoft's Bill Gates. This is the show where Microsoft introduced its infamous "BOB" interface.
Keywords: consumer; electronics; microsoft; BOB; spanish
Downloads: 1,106 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]CES Special Las Vegas 1994 - Arabic - Sara O'Brien
Arabic subtitled version of this program. On location coverage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Featured analyst is Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies. Includes highlights of the keynote speech by Microsoft's Bill Gates. This is the show where Microsoft introduced its infamous "BOB" interface.
Keywords: bajarin; gates; microsoft; BOB; CES; consumer electronics; las vegas
Downloads: 680
[movies]CES Special Las Vegas 1994 - French
French language version of this program. On location coverage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Featured analyst is Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies. Includes highlights of the keynote speech by Microsoft's Bill Gates. This is the show where Microsoft introduced its infamous "BOB" interface.
Keywords: french; france; ces; consumer electronics; las vegas; bob; bill gates; microsoft
Downloads: 497
[movies]Christmas Buyers Guide 1985
A consumer's review of the hottest hardware and software goodies for the techie on your holiday shopping list. Originally broadcast in 1985.
Keywords: consumer; shopping; buying
Downloads: 3,412
[movies]Christmas Buyers Guide 1986
A review of available hardware and software gifts for techies.Products/Demos: Calendar Creator, HP Financial Consultant, Business Simulator, Muppet Learning Keys Toy Shop, Pen Mouse, Looking Your Best, AmnesiaPC, and Type Right. Originally broadcast in 1986. Guests include George Morrow, Paul Schindler, and Wendy Woods. Stewart Cheifet is host.
Keywords: shopping; holiday; christmas; buying; gadgets
Downloads: 3,127
[movies]Codie Awards 1999
Coverage of the annual Codie Awards presentations from the Software and Information Industry Association, recognizing the outstanding new software programs of the year. Hosted by Robert Urich and Stewart Cheifet. Nominees for best new software program of the year were ACID, National Geographic Maps, Fireworks, Cybermaster, and MetaFrame. Originally broadcast in 1999.
Keywords: codie awards; software; programs
Downloads: 599
[movies]Codies Special 1995
A look at the best new software programs of the year, those which won Codie Awards from the Software Publishers Association. Featured titles include Edmark's Thinking Things, Hollywood from Theatrix, Dark Forces from Lucas Arts, and Rick Smolan's Passage to Vietnam from Against All Odds. Also includes coverage of the Codies Awards event in Los Angeles with presenters Robert Wuhl and Todd Rundgren. The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to Netscape founder Jim Clark...
Keywords: codie; software awards; netscape
Downloads: 1,387
[movies]Color Printers
The availability of reasonably priced color printers changed the way people and businesses used computers. This program covers new color printers from Hewlett Packard, Tektronix, QMS, Canon, ColossalJet, and ProofPositive. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Downloads: 1,502 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Color Printers - Arabic
Arabic subtitled version of this program. The availability of reasonably priced color printers changed the way people and businesses used computers. This program covers new color printers from Hewlett Packard, Tektronix, QMS, Canon, ColossalJet, and ProofPositive. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Keywords: color; printer; printing; arabic; hewlett packard
Downloads: 9,965
[movies]Comdex 1986
A review of the newest hardware and software as exhibited at the annual fall Comdex show in Las Vegas.Guests: Hal Glatzer, Software News; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies; Jan Lewis, Palo Alto Research GroupProducts/Demos: Hyundai & Samsung 386 PCs, Compaq 386 PC, Zenith PortableNEC Multispeed, Datavue SNAPPC Movie Maker, Smart Sneaker, Phonetic Engine, Hitachi & Toshiba Drives, Okidata & LED Laser Printers, QMS and HP Printers
Keywords: Episode year: 1986
Downloads: 2,911
[movies]Comdex 1987
Highlights from the annual Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Originally broadcast in 1987.
Keywords: comdex
Downloads: 5,100
[movies]Comdex 1988
Complete coverage of the country's largest computer trade show, from Las Vegas.Guests: Jeong Hun Lee, KCIHenry Herrera, Glorious Union; Timothy Rowe, Globalink; Billy Anders, Soricon; Allen Frazier, D-P Tek; Lawrence Martin, Comp IntegrProducts/Demos: IBM Microchannel PCKCI SL-250 Microchannel PCIntel Digital Video Interactive; Sony Rewritable Optical Drive; Gammafax CP Modem; Calera Truescan; Dauphin 386sx Laptop; Wysiwig Universal Word; Globalink Translation Processor; Syzygy Project Manager; ...
Keywords: Episode year: 1988
Downloads: 2,455
[movies]Comdex 1993
Highlights from the 15th annual fall COMDEX trade show in Las Vegas. More than 75 products are reviewed in the categories of peripherals, portables, PDAs, PCMCIA cards, wireless, operating systems, business applications, CD-ROM software, communications, networking, and multimedia. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Downloads: 1,208
[movies]Comdex 1993 - Arabic
Arabic subtitled version of this program. Highlights from the 15th annual fall COMDEX trade show in Las Vegas. More than 75 products are reviewed in the categories of peripherals, portables, PDAs, PCMCIA cards, wireless, operating systems, business applications, CD-ROM software, communications, networking, and multimedia. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Keywords: comdex; las vegas; arabic; convention; trade show; 1993
Downloads: 8,784
[movies]Comdex 1995
Highlights of the 1995 Fall Comdex show shot on location in Las Vegas. Includes excerpts from the keynote speech by Bill Gates. Originally broadcast in 1995.
Keywords: comdex; trade show; las vegas
Downloads: 2,286
[movies]COMDEX 1998
A look at some of the best new products introduced at the annual COMDEX show in Las Vegas. Demonstrations include the Cyrix WebPAD, Instant Language 2000 from LanguageForce, the C Pen from C Technologies, and Avid Cinema for Windows. Also includes highlights of the keynote speeches at COMDEX including those of Microsoft's Bill Gates, Compaq CEO Eckhard Pfieffer, and Xerox Chief Scientist John Seely Brown...
Keywords: comdex; trade show; las vegas
Downloads: 1,161
[movies]Comdex Fall 1991 - Arabic - Sara O'Brien
Arabic subtitled version of this program. On location coverage of the annual fall Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Includes highlights of the Bill Gates keynote speech. Features analysis from Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies. Originally broadcast in 1991.
Keywords: comdex; fall; las vegas; trade show; 1991; arabic; subtitles; gates
Downloads: 1,000
[movies]Comdex Fall 1992
Highlights from the annual fall Comdex show in Las Vegas where the buzzword this year was "multimedia". Featured guests include Bill Gates and Tim Bajarin. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Downloads: 1,557
[movies]Comdex Fall 1995 - Spanish
Spanish language version of this program. Highlights of the 1995 Fall Comdex show shot on location in Las Vegas. Includes excerpts from the keynote speech by Bill Gates. Originally broadcast in 1995.
Keywords: comdex; trade show; las vegas; gates; spanish; bajarin
Downloads: 630
[movies]Comdex Special - 1994
On location coverage of the annual fall Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Includes highlights of the Bill Gates keynote speech. Features analysis from Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies. Originally broadcast in 1991.
Keywords: comdex; las vegas; bill gates
Downloads: 2,816
[movies]Comdex Spring 1992
Highlights of the annual spring Comdex show in Chicago. Featured guests include Bill Gates and Stewart Alsop. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Downloads: 1,756 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Commodore 64
The Commodore 64 was the first computer for many families. This program looks at what you can do with the famous C-64. Demonstrations include The Wine Steward, Skate or Die, Strike Fleet, the Koala Pad, Master Composer, Tetris, and Berkeley Software's GEOS. Includes a visit to a Commodore Owners Users Group meeting and an interview with Max Toy President of Commodore. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Keywords: commodore; C-64; GEOS
Downloads: 167,254 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(12 reviews)
[movies]Computer and Healthcare
A look at how the health care industry is using computer technology. Products demonstrated include The Doctor's Book of Home Remedies, Multimedia Workout, DynaPulse 200M, The Family Doctor, Stanford University's Pain Clinic, and I-3 Design's Stretchercise. Originally broadcast in 1995.
Keywords: health; medicine; exercise
Downloads: 920
[movies]Computer Art
A review of hardware and software products for artists. Products reviewed include Opal Vision for the Amiga 4000, Alladin 4D for the Amiga 4000, CorelDraw for Windows, Fractal Design's Painter 1.2 for the Mac, and the Calcomp Drawing Board. Also featured are visits to the Academy of Art College in San Francisco and the studio of computer artist Jim Ludtke. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Downloads: 3,121
[movies]Computer Art
The personal computer started out doing numbers, then text, and then graphics. This program looks at several applications for computer artists. Included are KPT Bryce, SmartSketch, Fractal Design's Dabbler, TrueSpace for Windows, Design Workshop for the Power Mac, Wacom Pad, Painter, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Keywords: art; graphics; painting
Downloads: 2,956 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Computer Art
A look at new ways to use your computer to create art. Demonstrations include The Virtual Gallery, CorelDraw 7, Detailer, 3D Studio Max 1.2, and virtualart.com. Also covers a visit to a combined human/computer stage production called "20/20 Blake" and a museum exhibit of Digital Art. Originally broadcast in 1997.
Keywords: art; painting; artists
Downloads: 1,487
[movies]Computer Bowl I - Part One
The first ever annual Computer Bowl featuring teams from the Route 128 area in Boston and the Silicon Valley area of San Francisco to see which side knows more about computer trivia. Contestants included Bill Joy, Mitch Kapor, Esther Dyson, and David Bunnell. The questioner was William Hearst III. The event took place in Boston. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 2,314
[movies]Computer Bowl I - Part Two
The conclustion of the first ever Computer Bowl, featuring teams from the Route 128 area in Boston and the Silicon Valley area of San Francisco, to see which side knows more about computer trivia. Contestants included Bill Joy, Mitch Kapor, Esther Dyson, and David Bunnell. The questioner was William Hearst III. The event took place in Boston. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 1,363
[movies]Computer Bowl II Part 1
The second annual Computer Bowl with East coast versus West coast to determine the Master of Computer Trivia. West coast team: John Doerr, Bill Gates, Stewart Alsop, Charles House, Lawrence Tesler. East coast team: Pat McGovern, Bob Frankston, William Foster, Edward Friedkin, Russell Planjizer. Guest questioner: Mitchell Kapor. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1990.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1990; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 4,000
[movies]Computer Bowl II Part 2
The conclusion of the second annual Computer Bowl with East meeting West for the title of Master of Computer Trivia. West coast team: John Doerr, Bill Gates, Stewart Alsop, Charles House, Lawrence Tesler. East coast team: Pat McGovern, Bob Frankston, William Foster, Edward Friedkin, Russell Planjizer. Guest questioner: Mitchell Kapor. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1990.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1990; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 2,202
[movies]Computer Bowl III - Part Two
The conclusion of the third annual Computer Bowl contest, held as a fund-raiser for the Computer Museum of Boston. The game pits a team from the east coast against a squad from the west coast to see who knows more about computer trivia. Contestants include John Markoff, Dave House, Ed Juge, Pamela McCorduck, Heidi Roizen, and Philippe Kahn. The judges are John Doerr and Pat McGovern. The questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet...
Keywords: Episode Year: 1991; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 1,226
[movies]Computer Bowl III Part 1
The third annual Computer Bowl with East coast geeks up against West coast nerds to see who knows more about computer trivia. West coast team: Philippe Kahn, Heidi Roizen, Ed Juge, Dave House, David Liddle. East coast team: John Markoff, Pamela McCorduck, John Armstrong, James Clark, Samuel Fuller. Guest questioner: Bill Gates. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1991.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1991; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 2,616
[movies]Computer Bowl IV - Part One
The fourth annual Computer Bowl contest in which techies from the east coast and the west coast challenge each other to see who knows more about computer trivia. Participants include John Warnock, John Shock, Heidi Roizen, Pamela McCorduck, Andy Rappaport, and Bill Machrone. The event took place in Boston. The questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1992; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates; Boston
Downloads: 1,345
[movies]Computer Bowl IV - Part Two
The conclusion of the fourth annual Computer Bowl contest in which techies from the east coast and the west coast challenge each other to see who knows more about computer trivia. Participants include John Warnock, John Shock, Heidi Roizen, Pamela McCorduck, Andy Rappaport, and Bill Machrone. The event took place in Boston. The questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1992; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates; Boston
Downloads: 1,129
[movies]Computer Bowl Special 1995 - Arabic - Sara O'Brien
Arabic subtitled version of this program. Technology leaders from the East and West coasts go at it in the seventh annual Computer Bowl, a quiz show designed to see which team knows more about computer trivia. Guest questioner is Nicholas Negroponte. Contestants include Andy Herzfeld and Joseph Alsop. Originally broadcast in 1995.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1995; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; negroponte; computer museum; alsop; herzfeld
Downloads: 569
[movies]Computer Bowl V Part Two
The finale of the fifth annual computer trivia contest between teams representing the east coast and the west coast. The series is tied at two victories for each side. Contestants include Patricia Seybold, Mitchell Kertzman, Jean-Louis Gassee, and Jerry Kaplan. Questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1993; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 1,325
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